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Discover the Baltics tour
Riga Tallinn Discover the Baltics Trip
Cultural Culture Discover the Baltics package

Discover the Baltics

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Travel Style: You will have solid amounts of both free time and structured time with some activities and meals included. Mixed
Physical Level: Regular walking or cycling over moderately long, hilly, or bumpy distances. Some public transport or utility vehicles such as safari jeeps. Moderate
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
12 days
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Overview

Highlights

  • Discover three countries in twelve days
  • Visit stunning national parks, castles and museums
  • Explore the magnificent Trakai Castle

Short Description

On this Baltic tour, we explore the highlights of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in under two weeks. The countryside, national parks and coastal areas of these countries are both varied and stunning, adding a touch of wilderness to the history and culture of the cities and towns that we visit as we journey from Tallinn to Vilnius. With street art, sculpture, incredible architecture and fascinating historical sites, this trip will undoubtedly satisfy your cultural hunger. However, the wild and open settings and picturesque landscapes will also feed your imagination.Visit three countries in twelve days, through Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
See all the highlights and popular spots on a classic tour.
Itinerary Focus Classic Highlights
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport Only ground transport
Start City Tallinn
End City Vilnius

Travel Theme

Cultural

Destinations

Lithuania Estonia Latvia

Cities & Attractions

Riga Tallinn Vilnius

Activities

Culture History

Age Requirement

16

No Single Supplement
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Trip Includes

  • All breakfasts
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

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Itinerary

Flight Inclusive

Day 1 Depart London.

Arrival in Tallinn; transfer to hotel. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 2 Tallinn guided tour and free time to explore this fascinating city at your own pace.

Today we will explore the vibrant city of Tallinn, Estonia's capital and largest city. The Old Town, framed by old city walls, is full of architectural gems. In the morning we will have a guided tour of the city taking in some of the main attractions like the Toompea palace and castle, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Dome church and the St. Nicholas church. We then have a free afternoon to explore the picturesque old town. Unlike most European cities, Tallinn's old town is completely free from modern buildings. You can leave modern life behind as you explore the cobblestone alleys with spluttering torches and secret stairways; the old town holds new surprises around every corner, even for its old residents. We overnight in Tallinn’s old town. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 3 Explore the pine forests and sandy beaches of Lahemaa N.P. before a guided tour around Tartu City.

In the morning, we leave Tallinn and start the journey to Tartu stopping off at the Lahemaa National Park, the largest in Estonia. The park is a popular tourist destination due to its untouched sandy beaches, waterfalls, cascades and mossy pine forests, and it offers a variety of cultural sights like Palmse Manor and the 400 year old fisherman’s village of Altja. After lunch, we transfer to Tartu for a guided tour. Tartu is Estonia’s second largest town and the capital of Southern Estonia and is rich with Estonian culture offering festivals, concerts and theatre exhibitions. We spend the night in a hotel in the centre of Tartu. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 4 Tour of Cesis and the Gauja N.P.

Cesis is an old town with a long history and is now known as a centre of art and culture. Situated on the Gauja River valley, its old town is one of the finest in Latvia. Its cobbled streets have retained a timeless appearance since the middle ages as the fine buildings have kept their red-tiled roofs and restored their facades, making this a charming place to while away some time. The city is famed for its Medieval castle, a partly preserved fortification which has been knocked down and rebuilt in various forms. We will visit the castle and the museum in the morning and take a guided tour of the buildings. We then transfer to the Gauja National Park where we will enjoy a guided walk, and here we will visit the Turaida castle and its adjoining sculpture gardens before making our way to Riga, the Latvian capital. There will also be the option to take the cable car (7 euros paid locally) across the Gauja river so we can then walk down to the Gutmanis caves.  **Hotel PK Riga**

Day 5 Guided tour of Riga Old Town; free afternoon to explore at your own pace.

This morning the magnificent old town of Riga awaits! We will have a guided tour of the city to discover its winding alleys, elegant boulevards and 800 renovated art nouveau buildings. We then have a free afternoon to soak up the charming and romantic atmosphere of the city and enjoy a relaxing lunch before exploring some of the town’s great shops.  *Hotel PK Riga*

Day 6 Explore the seaside town of Jurmala.

In the morning we transfer from Riga to Jurmala. Jurmala is the largest seaside and spa resort in the Baltic States and is known for its unique natural resources such as its healing mineral waters, pine forests and sand dunes. The town is also famous for its unique wooden Art Nouveau architecture. After exploring the town we will transfer back to Riga for the night. Those who wish to stay a little longer in Jurmala can do, a local train back to Riga costs between 2-4EUR per person.  *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 7 Explore Rundale Palace, the Hill of Crosses and the port of Klaipeda.

Firstly we visit Rundale palace which was designed for the Duke of Courland in the 18th century by Italian architect Rastrelli, who also designed the winter palace in St. Petersburg. Today, the palace is the most magnificent piece of architecture in the Baltic States. We then cross the border to Lithuania and have some time to explore the famous Hill of Crosses before transferring to Klaipeda Port for a short tour around the small old town. The tour is a perfect chance to explore the old town with its reconstructed merchant houses and the remains of Klaipeda Castle. We spend the night in the centre of Klaipeda – the hotel is a ten minute walk from the Castle and other attractions. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 8 Transfer to the Curonian Spit and explore the sand dunes.

We start the day with a short ferry ride across the lagoon to the Curonian Spit, a UNESCO world heritage site situated between the Curonian lagoon and the Baltic Sea. Here we have the day to explore the largest drifting sand dunes in Europe. There will also be a visit to the Hill of Witches and an excursion to the Lithuanian sea resort of Nida to climb the Great Dune for the spectacular views. We transfer back to Klaipeda where we spend the night. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 9 Visit the Plokstine Cold War Museum; city tour around Kaunas.

We transfer to the Plokstine forest and visit the Cold War Museum located in the former Soviet Union’s complex of ballistic missile launch. Today, this secret base is open to the public. We can view the internal control facility and see former missiles as well as listen to expositions about the five decades of the Cold war, one of the most famous and dangerous military conflicts in human history. We then travel to the town of Kaunas, and here we take a walking tour around the beautiful old town. The old town of Kaunas has a collection of important monuments like the 13th century castle, the old town hall, the Cathedral Basilica and the church of St. Francis Xavier. We stay overnight in Kaunas. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 10 Visit the Pazaislis monastery and Trakai Castle.

The first stop is the Church and Monastery of Pazaislis to see one of the most wonderful Baroque architectural masterpieces in north-eastern Europe. The monastery is located on the picturesque bank of the Kaunas lagoon. We then stop in Trakai, the former capital of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Here we will go on a tour around the incredible 14th century castle. Situated on a small island in the middle of the lake, it is known as the town on the water. We then transfer to Vilnius where we stay the night. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 11 Guided tour of Vilnius; free time to explore.

Today we have the whole day to explore Vilnius. There is a guided tour of the city in the morning and then plenty of time to explore the city at your own pace. The city was developed around its Town Hall and there is a great deal of diverse architecture to explore. There are many narrow streets which lead to intimate courtyards, in addition to the larger landmarks of the castle complex, Cathedral square and the Royal Palace. There are also plenty of museums to while away some hours. We overnight in Vilnius. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 12 Fly to London.

End Vilnius, fly to London. **



Land Only

Day 1 Start Tallinn.

The tour starts at our hotel in Tallinn, Estonia’s capital. Those travelling on the group flights will be met at the airport and transferred to our hotel (approx. 25-30 mins). This evening we will have a welcome briefing with our leader. The evening is free to explore Tallinn, an optional welcome group meal will be organised. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 2 Tallinn guided tour and free time to explore this fascinating city at your own pace.

Today we will explore the vibrant city of Tallinn, Estonia's capital and largest city. The Old Town, framed by old city walls, is full of architectural gems. In the morning we will have a guided tour of the city taking in some of the main attractions like the Toompea palace and castle, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Dome church and the St. Nicholas church. We then have a free afternoon to explore the picturesque old town. Unlike most European cities, Tallinn's old town is completely free from modern buildings. You can leave modern life behind as you explore the cobblestone alleys with spluttering torches and secret stairways; the old town holds new surprises around every corner, even for its old residents. We overnight in Tallinn’s old town. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 3 Explore the pine forests and sandy beaches of Lahemaa N.P. before a guided tour around Tartu City.

In the morning, we leave Tallinn and start the journey to Tartu stopping off at the Lahemaa National Park, the largest in Estonia. The park is a popular tourist destination due to its untouched sandy beaches, waterfalls, cascades and mossy pine forests, and it offers a variety of cultural sights like Palmse Manor and the 400 year old fisherman’s village of Altja. After lunch, we transfer to Tartu for a guided tour. Tartu is Estonia’s second largest town and the capital of Southern Estonia and is rich with Estonian culture offering festivals, concerts and theatre exhibitions. We spend the night in a hotel in the centre of Tartu. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 4 Tour of Cesis and the Gauja N.P.

Cesis is an old town with a long history and is now known as a centre of art and culture. Situated on the Gauja River valley, its old town is one of the finest in Latvia. Its cobbled streets have retained a timeless appearance since the middle ages as the fine buildings have kept their red-tiled roofs and restored their facades, making this a charming place to while away some time. The city is famed for its Medieval castle, a partly preserved fortification which has been knocked down and rebuilt in various forms. We will visit the castle and the museum in the morning and take a guided tour of the buildings. We then transfer to the Gauja National Park where we will enjoy a guided walk, and here we will visit the Turaida castle and its adjoining sculpture gardens before making our way to Riga, the Latvian capital. There will also be the option to take the cable car (7 euros paid locally) across the Gauja river so we can then walk down to the Gutmanis caves.  **Hotel PK Riga**

Day 5 Guided tour of Riga Old Town; free afternoon to explore at your own pace.

This morning the magnificent old town of Riga awaits! We will have a guided tour of the city to discover its winding alleys, elegant boulevards and 800 renovated art nouveau buildings. We then have a free afternoon to soak up the charming and romantic atmosphere of the city and enjoy a relaxing lunch before exploring some of the town’s great shops.  *Hotel PK Riga*

Day 6 Explore the seaside town of Jurmala.

In the morning we transfer from Riga to Jurmala. Jurmala is the largest seaside and spa resort in the Baltic States and is known for its unique natural resources such as its healing mineral waters, pine forests and sand dunes. The town is also famous for its unique wooden Art Nouveau architecture. After exploring the town we will transfer back to Riga for the night. Those who wish to stay a little longer in Jurmala can do, a local train back to Riga costs between 2-4EUR per person.  *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 7 Explore Rundale Palace, the Hill of Crosses and the port of Klaipeda.

Firstly we visit Rundale palace which was designed for the Duke of Courland in the 18th century by Italian architect Rastrelli, who also designed the winter palace in St. Petersburg. Today, the palace is the most magnificent piece of architecture in the Baltic States. We then cross the border to Lithuania and have some time to explore the famous Hill of Crosses before transferring to Klaipeda Port for a short tour around the small old town. The tour is a perfect chance to explore the old town with its reconstructed merchant houses and the remains of Klaipeda Castle. We spend the night in the centre of Klaipeda – the hotel is a ten minute walk from the Castle and other attractions. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 8 Transfer to the Curonian Spit and explore the sand dunes.

We start the day with a short ferry ride across the lagoon to the Curonian Spit, a UNESCO world heritage site situated between the Curonian lagoon and the Baltic Sea. Here we have the day to explore the largest drifting sand dunes in Europe. There will also be a visit to the Hill of Witches and an excursion to the Lithuanian sea resort of Nida to climb the Great Dune for the spectacular views. We transfer back to Klaipeda where we spend the night. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 9 Visit the Plokstine Cold War Museum; city tour around Kaunas.

We transfer to the Plokstine forest and visit the Cold War Museum located in the former Soviet Union’s complex of ballistic missile launch. Today, this secret base is open to the public. We can view the internal control facility and see former missiles as well as listen to expositions about the five decades of the Cold war, one of the most famous and dangerous military conflicts in human history. We then travel to the town of Kaunas, and here we take a walking tour around the beautiful old town. The old town of Kaunas has a collection of important monuments like the 13th century castle, the old town hall, the Cathedral Basilica and the church of St. Francis Xavier. We stay overnight in Kaunas. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 10 Visit the Pazaislis monastery and Trakai Castle.

The first stop is the Church and Monastery of Pazaislis to see one of the most wonderful Baroque architectural masterpieces in north-eastern Europe. The monastery is located on the picturesque bank of the Kaunas lagoon. We then stop in Trakai, the former capital of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Here we will go on a tour around the incredible 14th century castle. Situated on a small island in the middle of the lake, it is known as the town on the water. We then transfer to Vilnius where we stay the night. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 11 Guided tour of Vilnius; free time to explore.

Today we have the whole day to explore Vilnius. There is a guided tour of the city in the morning and then plenty of time to explore the city at your own pace. The city was developed around its Town Hall and there is a great deal of diverse architecture to explore. There are many narrow streets which lead to intimate courtyards, in addition to the larger landmarks of the castle complex, Cathedral square and the Royal Palace. There are also plenty of museums to while away some hours. We overnight in Vilnius. *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 12 End Vilnius.

End Vilnius. **

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Discover the Baltics

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Brilliant Trip

5.0
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Value5.0
Guide5.0
Activities5.0
Lodging5.0
Transportation5.0
Meals5.0
This is a well designed trip giving an excellent overview of all three Baltic
states. This not only included the capital cities but other towns and much
countryside. We were given expert led tours of all the cities that we visited
but time was then allowed for us to wander on our own to explore or revisit
sites. But this is much more than just a city tour. We also visited numerous
other sites, both natural and man made including museums that record the
turbulent history of these countries. Highly recommended.
The way that these countries have come together and shaken off the horrors of
the past. Only 30 years since they became independent of the Soviet Union yet
they feel like fully developed European countries. The roads are excellent,
the hotels comfortable and we ate some fabulous meals, both traditional and
world wide. And so clean - barely any litter at all. Before the trip I
imagined these countries might be a bit grim and Soviet-like still.
Absolutely none of it.


We had an excellent group leader. Vaida travelled with us the whole way,
facilitating tours, hotels and meals. Occasionally she would conduct the
tours herself, particularly when we got to her native Lithuania.


This is a full on trip. There are some early starts in order to cover the
miles. The tours involve quite a lot of walking (on some pretty bumpy cobbled
streets in the old towns) and standing. Some of the older buildings involve
climbing up steep, tight staircases though these are optional. The weather
was exactly like the UK.


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Explore and discover the Baltics

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Meals4.0
I enjoyed discovering an area of Europe I knew little about. Visiting many
areas of all 3 countries. Guide well organized and itinerary good. Only
problems were Tallin hotel (hot weather but no AC and some rooms no windows
to open) and lunch dinner stops sometimes very slow service.
Hotels in good locations.
History of all 3 countries.


Organized, able to express local passion for small countries surrounded by
larger powers. Very good.


We flew into Helsinki and took ferry to Tallin so we got a quick Finland
visit. Ferry docks within walking distance of hotel.


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Three small countries with a lot of character

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Meals4.0
The Baltic countries are interesting and the old towns are charming. They
have suffered a lot under various foreign rulers and are proud of their
independence.
The Cold War Museum was chilling and reminded us of how close we came to a
nuclear war.
We enjoyed the tour of Rundale Palace and the visit to the Sand Dunes of the
Curonian Spit.


We found him quite distant. He didn't encourage or welcome questions. He had
his agenda and was sticking to it. He was not sensitive to the needs of some
people in our group. He walked too quickly for some of us and at times he
didn't wait for us to catch up. In Trakai Castle, he lost 1/4 of the group
and never even apologized. to us. He said we were going to the great hall,
and 5 of us were left behind. We missed a turn and went on up to the top
level while he was still on the main level.
I suggest that he should check to see if all have arrived before he starts
talking.


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Great holiday

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Really interesting trip made extra special by our guide Melia, whose
knowledge was incredible. We were really lucky with the weather and had a
really good group of people.The
The city of Riga


Amazing


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Travels in the Baltics

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A bit of a whirlwind tour although the three Baltic States relatively small,
green and flat. I knew virtually nothing about them before I went but
learned a lot out there. In particular their very complicated history -
waves of invaders of whom the Soviet Union was the last one. There are
ex-KGB premises which are now museums - very sobering to visit especially as
people who were tortured there or sent to gulags still have family alive.
Very sobering.

The tour was a good mix of cultural and natural sights. So as well as cities
and towns there were visits to the coast. Much of the scenery was very
attractive with a lot of forested areas
The number of places visited in a day and the amount of information imparted
was sometimes a bit excessive. It was hard to absorb it all. There wasn't
much free time in some venues except for Riga.
Highlights rather than inspirations:

Art Nouveau architecture in Riga 'New Town' - stunning buildings
Cold War missile base in Lithuania - recent history, very unusual
The Coronian Spit kilometres of white sand and a cormorant colony
Tart(Estonai) u and Vilnius(Lithuania) Universities campuses


He (Simonas) was very sociable and approachable. He sang Lithuanian
traditional songs on the minibus, in public places. Very unusual and a
insight into the musical tradition of the country.
Unfortunately there was no group introduction session which might have helped
cohesion, as he was unable to arrive until the morning of the first day and
we went straight into a tour of Tallinn.

He had a slight tendency to shoot off ahead of the group - slower individuals
found it hard to keep up sometimes. He should have checked everyone was
there when crossing busy roads in cities. Though some of the group often
wandered off so hard to keep tabs on them,

Local guides were generally excellent though the one in Tallinn was less so.
Drivers also good.


Maybe go a day early or stay a day later so that you can see a bit more of
either Tallinn or Vilnius.
Some days were quite long and tiring
It was more expensive than I had imagined (but cheaper than the UK)
On the whole this is a good introduction to the Baltic States


Hotels in Klaipeda and Vilnius were very noisy and their black out curtains
were ineffective
Some of the venues for group evening meals were disappointing and the food
was not very good.
One or two places cloud be left out e.g. a cave in Lithuania, Amber workshop
and wind vane workshop on Coronian Spit.


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Excellent Baltic Tour

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Excellent Baltic tour covering three countries and popping over to Bosnia for
lunch.
Great culture tour, very varied with city tours and history together with
village life. Completely different.


Evelin Balta was an excellent tour guide and very attentive, going out of his
way to make sure all the group enjoyed their holiday.


Weather was good and only needed rain mac for one day. Nice and warm for
this time of year. There is a swimming pool in Hotel Park Lakeside, Ohrid
but it is very cold and you have to pay extra for your sun bed, so make sure
you swim and relax around the lake.

Make sure you visit Bunk Art 2 in Tirana, an excellent museum, very
interesting some of the group said. It was a shame i didnt have time to
visit, so an extra day may be advisable at the end of your trip.


Small group and lovely leisurely tour. Most of the group were retired, but
you still need to be fit to walk on the city tours.


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Flights & Transport

Only ground transport

Group Size:

Small Group - 24 max

Maximum Number of People in Group: 20

Accomodations

Travel by bus and ferry
Optional daywalks and city walking tours
Group normally 4 to 20 plus local leader. Min. age 16 yrs.
11 nights hotels all en suite
All breakfasts included

Age Notes

Min. Age: 16

Additional Information:

  • Travel by bus and ferry
  • Optional daywalks and city walking tours 
  • Group normally 6 to 20 plus leader, Min. age 16 yrs
  • 11 nights hotels all en suite

Trip ID#:

exodus-AVV

Trip Excludes

  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request for a supplement of £225)
  • Visas or vaccinations

Meals Included:

Dinner: There will be buffet breakfasts in the hotels offering plenty of choice including cold meats, cheese, eggs, bread, jams, juice and coffee. Lunches will be a mixture of picnics bought from local shops and cafe stops. Dinners will be taken in the hotel restaurants or out in local restaurants and will be hearty meals. Cuisine in this area is often centred around pork, veal, fish, potatoes, sauerkraut and soups such as borsch (beetroot soup – in Lithuania this is also served cold). Dumplings are also very popular and in Trakai, large baked dumplings called kibinai are traditionally served and are very good.

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